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-stakes game of cken that we have seen over issues the last several big issues like this. i think people are concerned. both sides have very nationalist positions and are different to get a part. i think perhaps the american eople would be interested to know how much progress both say was made during the talks before they broke down and how it will be difficult to get over the final vote several yards and create a deal over this. >> tell us about the show sunday? take this opportunity, given the holiday weekend, centering around the freedom of this country, the birth of this country, and look at the constitution and rolled down. debate, the debt ceiling, the rise of the tea party has brought the center ason front and a real guideline to how the republicans want to govern. i think that is a very interesting perspective and it is a real thing we want to boil n and look at. take all of these issues, taxes, government, were power, the first amendment, care, and see how the constitution was written, is an original document that cannot be changed with an absolute blueprint, or whether it was a
a big jump for the next couple days. the finale of our holiday weekend. i'll be back in just a few minutes in the 7-day forecast. >>> still ahead at 6:00, the story of a san jose church able to make music again after thousands of dollars of instruments were stolen this week. >>> walking down the street and just getting scared because there's something loud behind me. i'm looking around like -- >> i like that boom reverberating in my bones. it takes me back to my childhood. >>> a psychological explanation of why so many people love fireworks. >>> music will soon resonate again in a south bay church whose instruments were stolen by thieves. someone stole more than $2,000 worth of equipment from san jose this week. many contacted our station after seeing the story last night with donations. one man felt compelled to bring in his conga drums today. >> i could see in her eyes she was really saddened. as a drummer, it goes beyond just hearing the words, i can feel her pain. so my congas were right there, i offered them as a donation. >> the church plans to use the new instruments during
is a big bargaining chip. looks like defense will take a bigger cut because of that. >> every single one of the panels has recommended bigger cut spending. secretary gates has even said he was expecting a bigger number than 400 billion or that some of the estimates out there were bigger than 400 billion. marcus, what are some of the things the pentagon doing to prepare for a leaner future. gates was the one out there arguing to keep spending levels high. >> well up to now, the pentagon mainly way of saving money is through efficiencies. last budget go around for over five year period they said we will save $178 billion. however they reinvested 100 billion. now they believe more work can be done in terms of efficiencies, however more has to be done in terms of whether it's weapons, whether it's instrain. >> kate let me end with you, do we know, now that we have some of the these proposals on the floor, do we know where the 2012 defense bill is going to ultimately end up? >> i think all of the bills that have been passed so far, i think you will see defense get cut much more than has alre
this big patty is about 600 lbs., will for lifted off, put on a bun, and this will be one big hamburger. >> we are barbeque in this baby, it is the fourth of july weekend and we are grilling. >> to grill this massive berger take some serious preparation. >> we figure it will take about 10 hours to cook. we have calculated how much the meet will look down, the bread, how much confidence. she is a mathematical question. >> a burger that weighs more than 600 lbs. is not something that you would just slap on the grill. >> for as a decent level of creating this size berger, we had to come with a large scale engineering programs of steel and welding and actually create a jig that will actually spend the burgers so we can turn it over. >> fleet it will take more than a giant statue of. >> when you go to split this thing, every time it will start to flex and hop, and the grease at starts up. >> 1, 2, 3. >> real nice. >> curley the record holder is in canada for a 590 lb. burger. >> we are hoping this independence day we can bring this record for the world's largest hamburger back to
in a big way. don? >> reporter: grilling season, the biggest way you can imagine, ann. what you're looking at behind me now is an historical moment, as they flip what they hope will be the world's largest hamburger. they actually had to create a special rig to do this and they hopefully will get it over and maybe not break it up before they get that record. they are trying hard now. uh-oh, looks like a little smoke here, not good for spare the air day. but they have got it turned over. now if they can just get the fire up to it in place, we'll have it. looks like they have done it! let's see how they put this all together from earlier today. unless you're on a ride with the wind in your face, the alameda county farrakhan be pretty hot. as these folks have the hottest job of all, trying to cook up the world's biggest hamburger. you don't slap this patty together between your hands. you slap your hands into a tub of meat and pack the custom- made burger form. >> we need to break the 590- pound record, which is set from canada. so we are starting with 600 pounds of ground beef, and then we're
and as tisha thompson shows us, it's a tough party to get into. >> reporter: one day before the big show, robbie matthew and his wife grappled with a map to try to plan their 4th of july. >> we are trying to find out what we have to do and what time. >> reporter: the couple flew in from the caribbean to see the parade, the concert and the fireworks. >> a lot is happening. >> please take public transportation, if at all possible. >> reporter: superintendent john james said don't even think about driving. take metro. but be prepared to walk. because the smithsonian station will be closed. >> i'm going to avoid the mall like the plague. >> reporter: just the thought of it -- is enough to keep locals like jessie away. >> the crowd and metro is insane. there is like 4 million people trying to get back on the metro at same time. >> make a day of it. >> reporter: but others say they are going to stake out their spot early. >> we are going to sit probably in the grass around one of the monuments. >> reporter: if you are planning on a picnic, the park service is banning certain items. >> because
. not only the echo chamber but there's the comedy show, there's entertainment which has become a big part of that. chris: and that makes youtube. >> if anyone thinks you're being unfair to sarah palin. >> the only thing i would say is the echo chamber is so constant, so nonstop, if you can hang on for at least a couple of news cycles, there'll be some new storm. chris: but there's still a permanent record to be drawn on. >> but look what happened to sarah palin. if that had happened in 1975, it would have ended her career. in this era, it didn't. chris: we have to talk about barack obama. his approval as president took a 2009 nosedive in the summer of health care town halls. >> you want to be led out of here, you're welcome to go. now wait a minute. now wait a minute. now wait a minute. now wait a minute. wait a minute. >> do you all think you're persuading people when you shout out like that? i beg your pardon? you don't trust me? chris: you saw him trying to deal with it but every politician knows how dangerous those moments can be. >> it was out of control. all those clips showed a pol
situation. for example, if there is homeless youth, that is a big challenge for some in the community. >> [inaudible] they should be more money placed into education because the youth are the future and what not. [inaudible] >> carter ortiz is crucial. >> [inaudible] supporting non-profit organizations and looking into them and trying to support them financially and beat and arrested and held out with that. i know there are a lot of organizations in san francisco, but that is the problem sometimes. [inaudible] it is those who are offering funding really looking into the organizations and asking what we're doing. come to organizations. see what we are about. >> i think use in the workforce needs to be tacked on because -- youth in the work force needs to be tacked on because they have seen their parents get laid off and has seen the effects of not having financial stability. now they are taking the burden upon themselves to wanting a job and wanting to step out into work themselves, so if they had more solid job training and actual jobs that could stick with them throughout their high-
in that poll. >> still to come on kron 4 news sports and highlights and the giants to one not a big. another look outside it golden gate bridge and look at that no fog and hardly any traffic that is even better will be back in just a minute it is either alabama's out there the giants beat the tigers 15-3 the giants have won the last nine of their games. meanwhile the diamondbacks defeated the a's. the diamondbacks want a four-two and in she won the first title she is only 21 years old it was big of set. this is the biggest title of her career and she is a left- handed player. still ahead on the kron 4 weekend or at take a look at the alameda county fair. it looks like it's already covered in nasos other will we back in just one moment a lot easier love this forecast is going to be what this is a live look outside of san francisco rejected on the weather >> hi is right it is gonna be very hot today a look outside the golden gate bridge lots of sunshine out there mostly clear conditions. i hated advisory will be issued later on this afternoon. temperatures are rising up '60s and '70s. they dev
against those in your district. >> we definitely have a few big projects for issues -- or issues we're paying a lot of attention to and we will continue to devote a lot of attention to, both myself and my staff. one of biggest ones is the planned development of the new campus for california and pacific medical center. that has dominated a lot of city-wide dialogue in the past few years. that project is slated to go forward or get through the entitlement process this year in city hall. if you are not familiar, we currently have a california campus and a pacific campus, and the plan is to build a bigger campus and consolidate those services into one larger hospital at the old cathedral hill spa on van ness, and that is going to have a huge impact, both in terms of the neighborhood in district 2, not only the new campus, but what happens to the pacific and california campus. also, is a huge job creator. we're making sure to do it in a way to we have every constituent buy into the project, create a ton of new jobs, and move forward with a health care system that benefits all of us. othe
celebrating outside. july 4th is one big party. >> it has special meaning in my family. i became a u.s. citizen 25 years ago on the fourth of july. >> and it's hot out there. take a look at the deep red. we're seeing blazing temperatures. it's going to continue on the fourth. more coming up in the show. >> and officials are rush to clean up a pipeline leak in the yellow river. >>> and monkey new, on t t loose, and going o o an adventue across new jersey. he's fine, he's just tranquil liezed. that's coming up as well. >>> we begin with the casey anthony trial. her fate could be in the hands of the jury later today. abc's yunji de nies where the closing arguments taking place this morning. good morning, yunji. wrt good morning, dan. it call comes down to this. each side has a chance to make their final arguments before jurors decide between life and death for this young woman. this is it after six long weeks, today is the today the lawyers present final arguments to the jury, arguments that determine casey anthony's future. >> jurors will probably find her responsible for the death of
is an open minded scholar. who embraces big ideas who's not encapsulated by silos or artificial boundaries. he's clarifies as he pursues nuance and complexity. don't be fooled by the fact that this book and after the cohen says from prehistoric times to the french revolution. professor fukuyama takes you through the state, counter, and government, and what's the origin. having one of those in place doesn't suppose that the others will have vibrant and alive institutions. he discusses failed and failing states, provides probing questions ab the -- about the united states as well. i love the fact that you defend the necessity of politics even as you take us through political anxiety and political decay and it makes us think about our own society here in the united states. i have not read the whole book yet. but i've already been made to think for me unreconstructed and open-minded liberal you helped me realize there's more than friedrich hayek that market absolutism. let us welcome francis fukuyama and -- [applause] [applause] >> let's also pay tribute to the good work of c-span which adds t
tomorrow. the air quality management district is expecting unhealthy conditions. if you are big 4th of july plans, prepare for the heat. lisa is here with exactly what you can expect today. >> hi, carolyn. for the 4th of july, tomorrow we are expecting patchy fog. if you are headed into san francisco, a bit of a relief tomorrow night. as for today we have the heat advisory in effect because already temperatures are warmer than we were yesterday. it's 63 in fremont. 60 redwood city. just a couple 50s and already 71 in antioch. so numbers this morning anywhere from two to five degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. so we are starting out warmer. in fact, right now in the upper levels of the atmosphere, above 2,000 feet, we are talking 80 degrees. so we will be look at the heat advisory everywhere except for the coast. even though our coast will top out today warmer than yesterday, around 70 degrees. but we will be flirting with 100 in some of our inland valleys. a look at the full forecast for the entire bay area coming up in a bit. >> thank you, lisa. in other news this morning, san jos
in annapolis, but at this point not a big stir at places like the popular charles village club. >> people don't understand there is an actual tax on it. they think it was a price increase. overall, we have the same clientele. how it's a little bit more, a quarter more. >> the new tax is expected to generate $85 million and a portion will fund services for the developmentally disabled and later for school construction. those that fought for the tax increase thinks there will be other benefits as well. >> this will save lives. it will reduce underage drinking abuse and save us from injury. >> patrons didn't seem to be complaining this weekend didn't seem to be complaining about the price changes, not yet. >> it isn't going to change anything about the way the people drink. the government will be making a profit. >> it's going towards something good, the good of society. that's fine. >> it is expected the average drink price will go up about 25 cents and the fax affects beer, wine, and spirits. a star strangled spectacle. the b.s.o. starts its outside concert series with a bang. we'll take you t
that big be undone by something like this? the data is limited and the evidence all anecdotal. in 2003 a plane crash in new zealand killed eight people. investigators said the pilots's operating cell phone might have caused eroanous navigations. there have been 10 reports of passenger electronics causing problems. >> we had that red flag pop up and then go down showing there's interference. >> reporter: a bigger problem, noncomplying passengers. >> we get reports from flight attendants every day on just about every night. >> reporter: but technology might change all that. electronics maker air cell has installed its secure in-flight wireless system go-go in almost one out of three planes. in the last month of last year, 2 million passengers safely went on line up in the air. and foreign carriers like emirates air have secure systems for in-flight cell phone tuesday. but be careful what you wish for. all passengers on phones all the time? >> is an absolutely horrible idea. >> reporter: and no way to fly away from it all. bill whitaker, cbs news, torrance, california. >>> how about this,
center. how long is the weather with us and what does it mean for tomorrow's big holiday? >> we are expecting this to be around the rest of the night. severe thunderstorm watch in effect until midnight. here is a look at one of our tower cameras. it is pouring. water all over our lens here. in fact, you can hear the thunder rumbling outside our studios here. let's take a look at this severe thunderstorm watch and warning. right now live doppler 9000 shows us that we have got basically storms around the dc area. we have several in the dc area. let's zoom into show you what some of the storms are doing and where they are at. some holding hail just north of dc, south of silver spring where you see the purple color. that is where there is hail. damaging wind gusts as a possibility and some locally heavy rain which could lead to flash flooding. here are some of the areas that will be impacted. take a look. just in a couple minutes here. mt. pleasant. columbia heights. parkview. 6:32. out to the west some more storms heating out this way and you can see these storms are going to proba
, if you were to just pull up if it comes up around their ears, it's too big and find a different size for your child. >> reporter: another good tip, let them pick it out. >> fun styles and colorful with their favorite cartoon characters. >> reporter: they discuss the reality about the her 4-year-old daughter anna. >> i guess right, even if they can swim, she can keep herself above but that's about -- it's just for a little bit and it would be pretty hard to -- there would be a good chance we wouldn't make it very long. >> reporter: wearing a life jacket could be the difference between a good day on the water and a disastrous one. >> you know you never get another chance. >> in baltimore, eric nielsen, abc 2 news. >>> and also putting on a life jacket make sure it's u.s. coast guard approved. . >>> . >>> take a look outside right now, you can see the skies looking just a little bit ominous. no question about that. and there is a reason for that. we're going to talk about that in just a second. 77 right now. and 69% humidity. you can see the clouds towards the area and there's a storm g
fourth of july weekend. we'll see you -- >> big mets-yankees series in new york tonight. >> i'm always rooting for the national league. you have to stick it to the big guys. congressman, thanks. >> thank you. >>> all right joining me now, chief congressional correspondent for the national journal. doesn't want to kick the can down the road. >> right. >> sounded like a guy who, if that's the deal that's cut and there's a temporary deal, right now, that's what smells like is coming. >> yes. >> he did say i will vote against that. what they say and don't say matters. he didn't say i will vote against them. it's going to have to be against the house leadership to agree to a short term resolution to this absent huge deal. >> eric cantor told me this week, there's a great column on this, a great column about eric cantor. if we look in five pots here, the white house, senate republicans, not democrats house democrats, all reluctantly support the short term deal. the one who wouldn't, house republicans. >> they don't want to vote twice. there's a number of the house majority that total 239 tha
had an attendant that would take a passenger's request and then operate the car. the big change was the emergence of a electric elevators. starting in 1880, the electric elevator allowed building dollars to go much higher. we evolved from steam hydraulic elevators to the electric elevators that are not that much different from what we are going to see now at the top of the tower. this is the steam room on the top of the state st. francis. -- on top of the state francis. the equipment you see painted green, that is all the original equipment from 1972. we are just now in the middle of modernizing this equipment. >> why modernize? doesn't the equipment works fine? >> it does, it is of analog and intensive, and there are some additional controls. let me introduce the foreman to you. this is vince. he can do a better job explaining the project details. >> what is happening here, what are you doing? >> we are doing a major modernization. we are tearing out the old system, logic controls, and generator controls, and we will be going over to solid state. this is not your standard selec
for joining us. we appreciate you spending part of your holiday weekend with us. big business for retailers and restaurants that no halt to help you celebrate summmmer. coming up later in the show, pamela sorensen is here to talk about other places of making a buzz are right now in washington and jonathan allen from "politico." first, the business of the year and good food. if you have lived in washington for a long time, it is hard to believe that d.c. is one of the most exciting restaurants cities on the east coast. one restaurant is gting a lot of attention in chinatown. two others -- brandon skall of d.c. brau brewery and bill butcher of port city brewing in alexandria. you do not just play a chef on tv. tell us about your background. >> i have been cooking my whole life. i traveled around the east coast with some of the top chef in the country. i am working as an executive chef and that just opened my own place. >> looking at your biography in philadelphia and here, you build up your resonate wh many different kinds of cuisine. what made you decide to go back granma's food? >> i start
off the day with a big parade and festival. city leaders say even in these cash-strapped time it's important to promote community and choose to spend the $7500 needed to host the event. >> in order to stay together, we have to have events like this to bring us all together as one. >> we as a city struggle to become a city. we're a fairly young city and we know what it's like to survive and to struggle and try to improve the community. in some ways that is what the country is. >> east palo alto resident maria henry raised flags at the parade to show her support for the country and east palo alto. >>> the party continued with a firework display. ktvu's eric rasmussen in palo alto with highlights from the first fireworks show in that city's history. >> reporter: ken, it was the very first one. had he finished firing off the grand finale, maybe 10-15 minutes ago. maybe a few hundred people out here. they are starting to make their way out by now. maybe not a huge crowd, but city officials told me this was really a dry run as had he it try to make this an annual tradition. they led
of cases that lawyers like tony handle. in the daytime i work for a big law firm of the type that tony probably would not hold in the highest of esteem, but i'm delighted to be here. you know, i think if you talked to most authors, they will tell you that there is something hot-wired into our system that says we need to try to tell a story. there is nothing at all in my background. i am an absolutely accidental writer. there is nothing in my background which suggests i should be writing novels. i grew up in chicago. i write books about san francisco. i studied accounting at the university of illinois. i have been a corporate and securities attorney for 28 years. i've now written seven best-selling novels about murder trials, death penalty cases, and courtroom drama. i have never handled a criminal case in my life. [laughing] so all of you out there who are thinking of writing novels, there is hope. but i did have this feeling a long time ago, probably from the time i was in high school, that at some point i would like to try to write a novel. and i can't explain why. i do know that whe
average temperatures. people got out and enjoyed the warm weather. the fair, a big fashion trend is hats. a lot of people wearing hats to protect themselves from the sub. while the warm, sunny weather is inviting. at it important to remember to stay safe. >> the fourth of july is on the weekend, and the key thing is to stay hydrated. and just straight water is a great plan, and if possible stay away from salty foods which can >> we're under a "spare the air" alert tomorrow. the bay area air quality management district is expecting up healthy conditions so officials say limit your driving over the 4th of july weekend. >> here's a good way to spend a summer day. here's a live look from the santa cruz camera. the coast is the place to be to escape the heat. here's a sign the cooldown is coming. this is the fog rolling into the area. much thicker a short time ago and now not quite as think. meteorologist leigh glaser is here with the latest. >> leigh: some of the fog kept temperatures in coastal communities down, and we'll see some cool temperatures develop overnight tonight. mainly near the
. >>> it will be a big day in the casey anthony murder trial. closing arguments in that murder trial is just a few hours away. court is scheduled to start at 9:00 a.m. eastern time. casey anthony, as you know, accused of murdering her 2-year-old daughter caylee yesterday. there was a vigil for caylee near the spot where her body was found. the case expected to go to the jury after closing arguments. this all began in late may. casey anthony facing seven charges, including capital murder. that means she could face the death penalty if she's found guilty. the defense and prosecution both wrapped up their cases last week. casey anthony decided not to testify in her own defense. more on that throughout the morning. >>> also, a jailhouse phone call is raising more questions about the accuser in the dominique strauss-kahn sexual assault case. the former chief of the international monetary fund was released from house arrest on friday. mr. strauss-kahn is accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid and last week prosecutors said the accuser's story raised credibility questions. cnn national correspondent susan
i'm matt in tonight for bruce johnson. thanks for joining us. a big holiday weekend means lots of people will be on the roads. some after drinking too much alcohol. to keep the area safe, area police are stepping up police. armando trull is live with details. armando. >> reporter: this is the cross roads and to the north of me is montgomery county. to the east is prince georges county. to the south, takoma park and then dc. officers from all of those jurisdictions are out and about making sure that no one is driving drunk and it's not just here. >> this traffic stop on 495 near tyson's corner is one of hundreds that police officers will be making over the fourth of july weekend. >> we have a lot of people out tonight doing dwi enforcement. >> 62 officers from multiple jurisdictions will be saturating highways and roads instead of setting up check points. >> it's a little more difficult to detect as many drunk drivers. we feel like saturation patrol is much more effective. >> you can cover more. >> gives you much more mobility. you can look at several cars, you can move a
. >> afghanistan off page one. iraq is on page one? >> in the ends of july, this is going to be up this big on page one finish they're in the deal. he's got to -- [everyone talking at once] >> unemployment rate on page one! >> if the unemployment rate comes out high, it will be the lead story in the newspaper, john. >> it will dominate the story that we just had? >> it will dominate if for a couple days. >> there will be a deal. >> there will be a deal? >> and there will be a deal and neither side will be happy. each side will give the other side something. they're -- >> not the taxes. that won't be part of the deal. taxes will not be part of the deal. >> what do you 90. >> tax revenues -- [everyone talking at once] >> they'll find something, i think, to agree on finally. i don't know whether it will be on august 2 or august 5th. but unemployment rate is not off the front pages. unemployment is -- on the number-one issue in 20% of american names. you have the biggest unemployment we've had since the great despres in real terms that. is what will kill obama's prospects if he doesn't do something abo
about the big burg ever. >> 2500 quarter pounder's worth. that's a big burger. it's going to weigh-in at over 700 pounds. they had to make a special contraption to flip it. >> how do theyno k ifwey it's done? >> he could go on all day. parts of the country sizzle as the battle rages to contain a monster wildfire. >>> blown away. a terrifying moment caught on tape, and tonight, the remarkable outcome. >>> and the princess bride. on her big day in monaco, following in the footsteps of the legendary grace kelly. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. we've learned more today about why the legal case against the former head of the international monetary fund, dominique strauss-kahn, may be falling apart. strauss-kahn was released from house arrest yesterday after prosecutors raised serious questions about the hotel maid who accused him of sexually assaulting her in a new york city hotel suite. nbc's ron allen is in lower manhattan tonight. >> reporter: good evening, kate. strauss-kahn still faces some serious charges of sexual assault, but it's almost as if his
is beautiful, but the spas are too big, so insects can get in. but it's beautiful. >> that can be solved with a screen on the back. >> good idea. it's beautiful, good use of an old piece of equipment. here at the bottom, brick veneer is falling off, water will run in the cracks. if it were my house, i would explore what was happening here. all these openings, they are to read meters and so on and are big enough for racoons to get in. these are big holes. water intrusion is a serious problem. everything about this building is well-maintained, lighting in the front, t.v. cameras. this kind of lighting is no longer allowed. the energy code says you have to have lighting that is high- efficacy, meaning lots of lumens per watt. you can't just screw bulbs in any longer. it may not be done. i want to mention, it's not just the front of your building, it's your yard, too. the preventative maintainence would say, get some hot nails or screws or something designed for exterior use and screw them on. fix it before it breaks is the goal. everybody has a shed. the code says you can have a shed as lon
"moles." it's like a big drill, and it just cuts right through the ground. so there's no more dynamite. and it's still a rough job, but it's gotten to a point where it's a lot safer. in the '70s, we lost a man a mile basically. here, maybe we've had two or three deaths in the last 20 years, which is too much anyway, but it's cut down a lot. hurwitz: city tunnel number 3 will be an opportunity to take city tunnel 1 out of operation and rehabilitate it. city tunnel number 1 had one valve to shut off the whole tunnel. city tunnel 2 had two parallel valves. city tunnel 3 has 32, so there's much more redundancy. lloyd: we're targeting a completion date of 2012 for tunnel 3. and we already are starting to prepare to take tunnel 1 offline. narrator: the construction of tunnel 3 is vital for maintaining the sustainability of new york's drinking water infrastructure. but the pipeline is useless if there's not a reliable supply of clean water within it. hurwitz: the city bought up land around the reservoirs to prevent it from development. it provides assistance to local residents to see that the
in pleasanton, where they are celebrating the grilling season in a big way. >> reporter: very big way. it's not unusual for them to cook up hundreds of pounds of meat for burgers at the alameda county fair, but hundreds of pounds of meat in a single burger? that's what's going on here inside that box. the reason? try to make the world's largest hamburger and raise money for charity. unless you're on a ride with the wind in your face, the farrakhan be pretty hot. as these folks have the hottest job of all, trying to cook up the world's biggest hamburger. you slap your hands into a tub of meat and pack the custom- made burger form. >> we need to break the 590- pound record, which is set from canada. we are starting with 600 pounds of ground beef, and then we're then cooking that for 10 hours. >> reporter: because the burger starts out at about 600 pounds or so, you climb right up on the grill to get the cooking started. to be sure it gets cooked, you wrap it with aluminum foil. everything about attempting to grill a world record burger is a challenge. >> we can say we've cooked meat before
on goldman sachs helps us to forget there's a number of institutions equally culpable that are too big and intertwined and too dangerous frankly for the public good, and we are not addressing those, nor by the way, even doing digging into what has gone on or what they were involved with because there is a favor ploy. >> thank you. >> he's not defending them. >> exactly, exactly. >> just so you know that. >> to what effect, if any, did repealing class have on the crisis? >> [laughter] >> just a tiny little bit. [laughter] well, glass stegel was the depression era law that served us well for 66 years i think it was. of course, they were, the big financial institutions chipping away at it for years and finally succeeded with the help of robert ruben to annihilate it all together in 1999, and there's a picture in the book of the signing of grahm-leech-briley and everybody is smiling and laughing and greenspan is there clapping, and it's all a big love fest, and it really was the beginning of the end. 23 -- if you look, there's a wonderful picture of roosevelt signing this into law and nobo
that are somber and serious, it's celebratory, one big party. >> it has special meaning in my family. we became u.s. citizens 25 years ago today on july 4th. >> to me it's a holiday, to you it's really meaningful. >> we'll have barbecues and hamburgers. we know it's hot out there. look at the deep red. blazing temperatures across the south and west today. we could see new records. it's going to continue well into the fourth. more coming up in the show. >>> cleanup crews racing to contain an oil spril not far from one of the nation's premier national parks, when a pipeline running over the yellowstone river ruptured. >>> and some monkey business to get to this morning. a baboon on the loose, escaping from an amusement park and going on a great adventure around new jersey for a couple of days. the baboon is fine, just tranquilized there. we'll get into his harrowing story coming up as well. >>> we begin with the casey anthony trial. her fate could be in the hands of the jury later today. six weeks and more than 80 witnesses later, that murder trial is finally wrapping up. abc's yunji de nies is in
, more people on the beach means more people will be out here as well into the big lesson here for parents is never let your children out of your sight. live on north avenue beach. >> a maggot mile story is targeted by burglars this morning, windows were smashed and goods stolen from the louis baton store. several purses or wallets and other leather goods from the high and store were taken, some of them sell for more than $3,000. the store was closed today. a case is solved after 54 years a seven year-old vanished with a man who enticed her with the promise of a piggyback ride back in 1957 the now 71 year-old jack makaula is charged with kidnapping and murder, the former police officer was arrested at his seattle retirement home he was an early suspect is alibi had just fallen apart he said he was on a train and an ex girlfriend found the on used train ticket. this summer holiday weekend is off to a violent start three men are dead and at least 11 other people are wounded in shootings across chicago among the victims are a man and woman sitting near the van of the 8500 block t
will visit the national mall this weekend. there is plenty to see. the big draw is the smithsonian folk-like festival. paul rafael gives a look at what makes this question popular. >> reporter: thousands of people descended on the national mall. it's the smithsonian life festival, 45 years strong. the event is held for two weeks every summer, overlapping with the 4th of july holiday. this year's festival includes three unique programs. >> one program features the cultural traditions of colombia and looking at communities throughout colombia and the way they work with nature to express their culture. another program we're presenting is on rhythm and blues and the third presents the peace corpses for the 50th anniversary. >> reporter: there was something for everyone where, it's food or live music like this and to get your groove on. sure, there is plenty of locals in the crowd but this festival is known for attracting visitors from all over the world. >> where are you from? >> new york. >> colombia. >> india. >> chattanooga, tennessee. >> reporter: and the draw? the cultural experience.
. that's well to the north. so we have this big area of high pressure in place. that's acting like a heat pump. so looking at high temperatures today, in the 90s for denver. 96 degree. triple digits in phoenix as well as dallas. looks like the heat wave will remain with us for several days to come. so for the fourth of july, yeah, it's going to be hot and the firecrackers. 80s and low 90s across a good chunk of the nation. more of your forecast coming up. >>> and the weather is a major factor in the battle against the devastating wildfires in new mexico including the one threatening the los alamos nuclear lab. >> reporter: as firefighters try to keep the flames at bay with control burn, the runaway fire continues to consume trees and brush in the rugged mountains above the town of los alamos. the fire has now blackened more than 113,000 acres but it's moving away from town and the nuclear laboratory. good news according to the fire chief, but not enough. >> kind of between a rock and hard place, because we're trying to repopulate but we don't want to put people in danger. >> reporter: los
] >> of the gop republican priority no. 5 was the reckless domestic budget which extends tax breaks for big oil, cuts education, lifesaving medical research. it cost americans 1.7 million jobs by 2014 with 900,000 jobs lost next year. let's get rid of these guys. >> another example of what the democrats do what we are in the majority -- the children's health insurance program, providing health care for 4 million more children. we did that right out of the gate when the democrats took the majority. >> i get to do all of the republican priorities and you get to the democratic priorities? here is what they get -- if they don't have health care, don't get sick. there repealed patients' rights and limited health care for 32 million americans and allow insurance companies to deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. they increased premiums for families and small businesses. boo. >> when the democrats had the majority, we pass the american recovery a reinvestment act cause save the economy from going off the brink, cut sad -- cut taxes for small businesses and invested in building american and the st
thrown out. this week the big story is about her parent. they're being tried in italy for slander. what triggered the case against them? we're going to tell you that coming up. >>> and then on a much lighter note, getting closer to their american vacation, prince william and princess catherine are dazzling the crowds up in canada this week. >> in a few days they'll be in los angeles for a star-studded beverly hills gala. we'll go to montreal for the latest in i think her first trip to north america ever. >> she's probably like, i had no idea they were so big here. crazy. >>> we're going to begin with the new princess of monaco. 55 years after grace kelly's fairy tale marriage, her son ties the knot with a striking beaut fri from south africa. we have more on the celebration. good morning, michelle. >> reporter: hi, jenna. in case you haven't noticed, there's a little money here and as soon as the wedding started, you thought, okay, this is how monaco does it. it's the first big royal wedding since princess more than 50 years ago. even on the wedding day, there was so much scrutiny of th
, the policeman gets to his feet right there. that big protective suit did its job. he had only minor injuries. police say the bomb in the car was detonated by someone who was probably near the scene watching that. >>> now to the philippines where a political argument got physical very physical, right in front of television cameras. take a look. >> that furious fighting woman is the mayor. the target of her anger is the court sheriff. she lashed out after he reportedly ignored her order to postpone the demolition of a shanty town until she arrived. she has since apologized and the incident is now under investigation. >>> on to london now, a new wimbledon men's champ celebrating on center court with that one right there. novak joke o vick beating rafael nadal. he came into the tournament as the second seed. he almost liked surprised there. he lost just one match all year long. >>> on to canada now, it's day four of prince william and his wife katherine's first official visit as a married couple. the royals attended a prayer service with the crew of a canadian ship, some anti- monarchy protester
condition this morning. >>> a big day in orlando. today lawyers begin closing arguments in the casey anthony trial. the defense rested its case without calling the florida mother to the stand. it claims 2-year-old caylee drowned in the swimming pool. casey a anthony is charged with first degree murder. if convicted she could face the death penalty. >>> today marks one year since a man trying to protect his neighbors during a robbery was gunned down himself. 66-year-old january parnell was getting ready for a community barbecue in southeast wa wafpshn washington. since that day, his own family has been searching for a killer. >> every day, you know, you hear something on tv. it's like, wow, i wonder if those were the guys. >> for the last year the twins have been desperately searching for closure after their father was gunned down preparing for a july fourth barbecue. 66-year-old john parnell was killed on nelson place in southeast d.c. during a robbery gone wrong. >> just to know my dad's life was worth less than $100 is extremely frustrating. and it really makes me angry. >> last july 3rd,
're going to run around and make big -- >> would that question would have been asked of ron paul or any other man who might have been seen as a bit out of the mainstre mainstream? >> not using the "f" word, the flake word. if that's the extent of the case against michele bachmann, not only will it not hinder her from getting the republican nomination, if all liberals can say next year when she's a nominee that she makes over the top statements she'll be president. >> did chris wallace feel pressure to apologize? he actually called her personally. >> yes. >> the conservative audience on fox news would not like that confrontation. >> if they had to choose between chris wallace and her, they're doing with her. commentators accused of being sexist are going to need to choose their language particularly. the flake word is something in particular that people use with women more vastly than men. >> you have put the media on notice. thanks very much for joining us. >>> when we come back, the rape case against dominique strauss-kahn suddenly unravels as serious questions surf pass about the accu
for a solution that would require both big cuts in spending and more revenue. >> so the bottom line is this -- any agreement to reduce our deficit is going to require tough decisions and balanced solutions. the president urged congress to reach a deal now. >> if the united states government, for the first time, cannot pay its bills, if it defaults, then the consequences for the u.s. economy will be significant and unpredictable. and that is not a good thing. >> we have a special report coming up later on the moral arguments in washington's intense debate over debt, spending and taxes. >>> in new york, there were celebrations after that state legalized gay marriage. some religious groups, however, continued to voice their objection to the law. new york's catholic bishops said the law will undermine marriage and family. in a separate statement, the bishop of brooklyn warned catholic schools against bestowing any distinctions and honors on the governor or on legislators who voted for the law. >>> in other news, palestinian leaders formally announced their decision to seek united nation
downtown's across the country and expand that way. it's not a big thought. what we wanted to do was test a suburban mall, suburban main street. that's what we did in the first year. it's expensive to do that. >> while the idea isn't necessarily cost effective, she says the long-term goal is to save cash and better position marbles for expansion. >> we made the decision to hope 15 downtown locations and we should have been suburban mall concept. we got into short-term leases. we are doing everything short term. we are now getting into longer term leases to secure the position as we grow. >> after figuring out which locations are best for business, the idea is now being applied to stores in illinois and minnesota. >> the main street location suburban and downtown could be great stores for us. we hope they are successful, but they are not as repeatable. a suburban mall, there are a lot of those. that's what we did in 2010. they are all mall locations. >> opening in malls means more foot traffic, which is what they need to get people in the door. >> we don't have a huge marketing budget. we
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